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How to Heal Your Emotional Money Story

How to Heal Your Emotional Money Story

I work on removing fear and restoring love into my money story. Many of us have little awareness about how disrupted we had been feeling from having our money story. The ...

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5 Possible Outcomes From Battling Money Woes

5 Possible Outcomes From Battling Money Woes

"Money is only a tool. It will take you wherever you wish, but it will not replace you as the driver." Ayn Rand Are money woes causing you to react ...

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7 Tips to Overcoming Money Insecurity While Undergoing Career Transition

7 Tips to Overcoming Money Insecurity While Undergoing Career Transition

"Change is always tough. Even for those who see themselves as agents of change, the process of starting a new thing can cause times of disorientation, uncertainty and insecurity." Joyce ...

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How to Create A Conscious Life of Financial Breakthroughs

How to Create A Conscious Life of Financial Breakthroughs

How you do money is how you do everything. And vice versa. Financial or money situations offer divine lessons. They are opportunities in disguise. Each presents you a ...

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21 Signs That You Are Not In Prosperity Consciousness

21 Signs That You Are Not In Prosperity Consciousness

"Let not your mind run on what you lack as much as on what you have already." - Marcus Aurelius It is in the little acts that you may not ...

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How to Tap Into Wealth

How to Tap Into Wealth

"EFT is a mind-body-spirit tool that can help you transmute into the gold of who you are." Wealth Tapestry Money can be an uncomfortable subject for you, like many others. You ...

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How to Stop Money Worship and Create More Wealth

How to Stop Money Worship and Create More Wealth

"Too many people spend money they haven't earned, to buy things they don't want, to impress people they don't like." - Will Smith "Money is usually attracted, not pursued." - Jim ...

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How Low Self-Worth Affects Your Net Worth

How Low Self-Worth Affects Your Net Worth

"When your self-worth goes up, your net worth goes up with it."- Mark Victor Hansen "Self-worth comes from one thing - thinking that you are worthy." Wayne Dyer While ...

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7 Ways to Embrace Difficult Changes From Within

7 Ways to Embrace Difficult Changes From Within

"When we are no longer able to change a situation - we are challenged to change ourselves." - Viktor E. Frankl "Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one ...

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7 Signs of Inferiority Complex

7 Signs of Inferiority Complex

"The greater the feeling of inferiority that has been experienced, the more powerful is the urge to conquest and the more violent the emotional agitation." - Alfred Adler An inferiority ...

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How Digging Deep Enhances Your Creativity

by Evelyn on October 27, 2014

“Way down deep, you know what you like. You know what you’re drawn to. You know what will work for you. If you doubt this, or like a good majority of the people, feel totally lost when it comes to envisioning what you want, what is missing isn’t some superhuman insight; what’s missing is very simply trust in yourself.” Fran Sorin, Digging Deep

digging deep book review

I was introduced to Fran Sorin’s Digging Deep: Unearthing Your Creative Roots Through Gardening book after getting acquainted with her online, a few years back. Boy, was I pleasantly surprised. Not just any gardening book, it is one that invites readers to awaken their creativity in a soulful process. I enjoyed her book tremendously. Well, Fran has just released her 10th anniversary edition. And so, I decided to jump at the chance of introducing it on my blog for compelling reasons.

As Digging Deep clearly illustrates, gardening is but a metaphor of life. It puts you in touch with the rhythms and cycles, the ups and downs and changes over the seasons. Through gardening, you undergo experiences that bring about emotional wholeness. Very importantly, you learn to let go of the outcome. Instead, you allow the results unfold whilst focusing on your own journey.
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“Treasure your relationships, not your possessions.” Anthony J D Angelo

resolve money couple conflicts

You may perceive two hundred dollars as small change, but your partner kicks up a big fuss.

You may deem the purchase of an item as a necessary expense, but your partner thinks otherwise.

You may place a cap for spending on a vacation at one thousand dollars, but your partner has a different quantum in mind.

Then, there is the question of fairness. Who is entitled to spend the excess money in the joint account first?

With the end of the honeymoon phase in your marriage, you could find that money is the constant thing that you had been bickering about with your spouse.

Well, you are not alone.

It is common for couples to fight over money matters. As I wrote last week, money has been cited as a major factor leading to a marriage breakdown.
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How Money Triggers Impact Your Relationship

by Evelyn on October 13, 2014

“When two people love each other and can’t make it work, that’s the real tragedy.” Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

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Watching the movie – Gone Girl – over the weekend prompted me to finish this article, which I had begun writing a while back. In the movie, Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, both of who acted as a couple, put up stellar performances. The film, based on a best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn, was engaging, riveting, suspenseful, and disturbing. It made me reflect on how money issues can trigger off reactions that cause a relationship to deteriorate so badly.

As much as a relationship breakdown can bring about financial issues, the reverse is also true. Reportedly, one of the major factors leading to a divorce is brought about by money problems. Differences in money management styles and financial attitudes can bring about conflict in a couple. You are likely to build frustration if you experience constant worries about not having enough money to meet expenses or to build savings and then blaming the other partner for not doing his or her part.
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